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TRANSIT ADVENTURE (4/26) | Trey McLaughlin & The Sounds of Zamar

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1801 S 1st/Annie

Austin, TX 78704

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Seeing a show at Bass Concert Hall is one of those iconic Austin experiences, unless you spend so much time circling for parking you miss curtain call.

MAKE IT A TRANSIT ADVENTURE! Capital Metro and Texas Performing Arts invite you for an unforgettable evening of polished vocal and complex jazz harmonies at Bass Concert Hall with free admission to Trey McLaughlin & The Sounds of Zamar AND a free Transit Day Pass -- so you can spend more time enjoying the groundbreaking string quartet and less time circling UT-Austin for parking.

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6:50 PM | CHECK-IN | Meet us at 1801 S 1st/Annie -- directly across the street from Roadhouse Relics and the iconic "Greetings from Austin Mural" to get a free ticket to the performance AND a Capital Metro Day Pass!

7:00 PM | CATCH CAP METRO | 1801 S 1st/Annie (Stop #1562) | MetroBus #10 -- every 15 minutes, 7 days a week!

8:00 PM | TREY MCLAUGHLIN & THE SOUNDS OF ZAMAR | Runtime: 120 min | Texas Performing Arts welcomes one of the most talked about new groups on the gospel scene! Hailing from Georgia, Trey McLaughlin & The Sounds of Zamar are known for their expressive vocals and intricate arrangements of classic gospel hymns, transcending cultural boundaries with fresh adaptations of contemporary gospel, pop, and musical theater hits. The group has performed with gospel greats, such as William McDowell, Kierra “Kiki” Sheard, Richard Smallwood, Earnest Pugh, and James Fortune, and their viral videos have garnered millions of loyal YouTube viewers. Haven't heard them yet? Watch them on YouTube

** PLEASE NOTE Bass Concert Hall venue policies state that ONLY clear bags that do not exceed 12" x 12" x 6" and small clutch bags not exceeding 6.5” x 4.5” x 2” are allowed in the theatre **

10:23 PM | RETURN TRIP | 2300 San Jacinto / 23rd (Stop #1179) | MetroBus #10 | 10:23pm / 10:53pm / 11:23pm

10:42 PM | END OF EVENT | Capital Metro staff can help you end your tour earlier (or later), if needed.

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WHERE TO MEET
1801 S 1st/Annie (Stop#1562) | Look for folks in Capital Metro gear across the street from Roadhouse Relics and the iconic "Greetings from Austin Mural"

PLAN YOUR TRIP
On the web: http://www.capmetro.org/planner
On your phone: http://www.capmetro.org/app

TEXAS PERFORMING ARTS' rich history began on March 6, 1981, as The Performing Arts Center at The University of Texas at Austin, with a performance by the Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater in the newly constructed Bass Concert Hall. The $44 million building was the university's largest construction project to date. Later joined by four other venues—including Bates Recital Hall, and the McCullough, Payne, and Brockett Theatres—Texas Performing Arts has become one of the most important contributors of cultural life in Central Texas.

TRANSIT ADVENTURES is a transportation demand management (TDM) program designed to increase transit ridership and reduce parking demand among participants. Capital Metro hosts the program to provide transit training in a risk-free, low-stakes environment for groups of 10 - 40 people and can organize a team-building trip for FREE for your office, neighborhood group, organization, church or school using our transit services. Contact us and let us plan a Transit Adventure for your group!



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